Our mission is to improve the health prospects of women living with
lymphangioleio​myomatosis (LAM).

LAM Australia Research Alliance is a not-for-profit organisation run wholly by volunteers.

ABOUT US

  • Funding research to find a cure for LAM
  • Raising awareness of LAM
  • Supporting women living with LAM

DOCTORS WITH LAM EXPERTISE

PATIENT SUPPORT CONTACTS FOR WOMEN NEWLY DIAGNOSED WITH LAM

NEWS

Season’s Greetings & Happy New Year. LAM Australia Research Alliance wishes women living with LAM, their loved ones, those who care for them, and their supporters all the best for the festive season and for the year ahead.

Please have in your thoughts and prayers brave Amy Evans of Queensland. Amy has now been on the lung transplant list for 43 weeks, waiting to replace the donor lungs which allowed her and her husband, Jeremy, to delight in the development of twin daughters, Dani and Jenni, from 1 year-olds when Amy was diagnosed with LAM, to 11 year olds who just graduated from primary school. The Evans boys, James and Tom, are 16 and 17.

The new President of LAM Australia Research Alliance, Dr Brian Oliver, is a researcher who trained in the United Kingdom and Australia. He has appointments at the University of Technology Sydney, and the Woolcock Institute where he directs LAM research.

RESEARCH GIVES HOPE TO WOMEN WITH LAM